Beautiful lace, cotton lined cups, incredible lift and shape (if you have the right size of cause), what not to love?
This bra is a real bestseller and was reviewed by many bloggers many times, so I think there is no point in a full review.
Here are some links:
So my 5 cents about fit:
This bra has incredibly flexible wires. It could be a problem, actually. Rhea’s cups are way too narrow for me, but when I put it on wires are distorted by the band and I have absolutely no problems with narrowness. But the coin has another side: I can’t bend the wires, because they simply return to their previous shape. I was trying to bend the center out, because I have prominent breast bone (this means that any the center gore higher than 1.5″ pokes). Even when I placed my laptop on the wires and waited like 5 minutes it had no effect at all! Now I have two options: cushioning and clipping the wires, I’m going to try cushioning first and if it doesn’t help, then wish me luck.
I often have problem with straps due to the side-fullness and wide base. If cup edge to strap distance is rather small then straps begin practically in my armpits. And Rhea had the smallest distance from all my bras. It was so bad that it was not just uncomfortable, but fit was affected badly.
By the way, here is the detailed instruction, how to do this type of alteration (funny enough it features Rhea).